Just Another Podcast #11: Do A Barrel Roll

 

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Steven decided to reconnect with many of his old gaming consoles and discusses the games he had for them and Adam has a few things to say about that. They, also, answer listener’s questions.

Credits:

“Go Cart” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) 

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2 thoughts on “Just Another Podcast #11: Do A Barrel Roll

  1. you want questions?
    i got a question…

    do you think that console gaming is holding back the full potential of gaming?
    i ask this from the point of view of a PC gamer.
    obviously the potential upper limits of PC hardware will always dwarf what consoles are capable.

    this is what bugs me though…when i see vids comparing xbox/ps4/pc graphics, your are seeing many port that are made for consoles and then brought to pc…so the full potential of the pc is never realized.

    we are now seeing improved versions of the current gen consoles rolling out with better hardware but still lagging behind PC capabilities.

    the last console i owned was the NES… (still got one in the cut).

    once i got my first PC i never looked back.

    so, back to the original question…

    do you think that console gaming is holding back the full potential of gaming?
    i ask this from the point of view of a PC gamer.

    • Great question! Adam and I will discuss this and have an answer for you on the next show. Thanks. I knew you would come through.

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